The merger of Eco Log and Gremo was announced in April 2020, now planning and preparations for future production have begun with all machines to carry the Eco Log name and colours. Source: Timberbiz
Even though the machines will be named and look like Eco Log, the company says it is very important that all customers feel confident in what they get and recognize the functionality they are used to.
Hence, Gremo service and after-sales will be integrated into the organization to make sure customers will still experience the same high up-time as before, according to Anders Gustafson, CEO Eco Log.
Since Gremo’s smaller forwarders have been added to the existing Eco Log range, the machine line-up will consist of five forwarder models with a loading capacity from 8.5 to 20 tonnes. And the range of Eco Log harvesters will be complemented by a small, eight-wheeled harvester.
Due to the merger, the company will offer customers one of the widest ranges on the market with forest machines in different sizes, capacity and with qualities to master the many and varied tasks of modern forestry.
The forwarder Line-up will include:
- Eco Log 750 (previously Gremo), load capacity 8.5 tonnes.
- Eco Log 1050 (previously Gremo) load capacity 10.5 tonnes.
- Eco Log 1250 (previously Gremo), load capacity 12.5 tonnes.
- Eco Log 574F, load capacity 14 tonnes
- Eco Log 594F, load capacity 20 tonnes
- The lighter, eight-wheeled harvester from Gremo will be added to the existing Eco Log harvester models and carry the name Eco Log 1058 (15.9 tonnes, tare weight).